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Bank blames low-interest environment and impact of banking regulation
Finding a good credit card deal when you’re older is more difficult
New rules allow savings to go straight into an Isa without affecting the annual allowance
Putting aside £100 a week is just a pipe dream — and what would it achieve anyway?
In our increasingly cashless society, parents are turning to apps and payment cards designed for youngsters
New rules require banks to stick with a single rate after introductory deals
The past decade has been transformational for our finances, but the next could be more challenging
Cautious households risk pain as wealth stashed in cash and current accounts hits €1.8tn
Unlike most millennials, the fictional hero could work magic on his retirement prospects
Savings from giving up alcohol could pay for your next holiday
Savers can be hit with a 25 per cent charge on their withdrawals
Goldman Sachs’ retail banking arm cuts rates again
Lender joins HSBC, First Direct and Nationwide in cutting its rate
Would you reveal your money wishlist to a chatbot?
Spookily effective savings tips if your money has vanished by the end of the month
Apparently, not journalists or media professionals. But arms dealers are welcome.
Bank bows to pressure over decision to stop customers using Post Office branches
The story of how one’s wealth can be used to make a positive difference to others
What millennials want from their money; the battle over rules to protect US borrowers; do budgeting apps work?; the payroll platform helping workers escape the payday loan trap; stopping fraud against older people; the FT’s personal finance editor on money and emotion
Customers with the high street bank will no longer be able to withdraw money from post offices
Rates unveiled in deal between over-50s specialist and investment bank’s retail arm
Many students are more likely to worry about money than exam results